byThomson, J. Arthur (John Arthur), 1861-1933; Smith, William, illus
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"To become a man, you have to go through pretty rigorous stuff that is pretty mind-numbing. And hurtful." This quote (from track Nr. 3 'Just to make it 17') marks the beginning of Photophob's attempt to produce the retrospective soundtrack for the process of growing up as a boy. "Circadian Rhythms" is the result, the sound of an elapsed childhood, from daydreaming nostalgia to fear and insecurity. This album has originally been released as CD-R on laridae.at in 2007. The... Topics: Photophob, Circadian, Rhythms, Braindance, IDM, Holzmann, laridae Source: photophob.net
Features the introduction of 16th notes to rhythmic dictations, as well as longer melodies to test your musical memory. Keep training those ears! Topics: triads, dictation, education, ear trainer, rhythms, melodies
Rhythms, rituals and routines. Jane used the Psalmist’s invitation to pray seven times a day to thank God from Psalm 119:57-64 and v 161-168 to explore how prayer becomes increasingly a lifestyle rather than an event. Where we can be creative and courageous in drawing on the “prayer wells” where other Christians have deeply discovered through prayer more of God from the throne of grace to live in the peace Jesus promised and evidence it. Within the Christian community the place of prayer... Topics: prayer rhythms, rituals, routines, Psalm 119, prayer as lifestyle
Disc 1 - Set I 01. Occam's Blazer 02. Downside 03. Stealy Man 04. Zapata 05. Crockett & Tubbs Disc 2 - Set II 01. Teakwood Betz 02. Diggin'In the Dirt Disc 3 - Set II Cont. 01. Sundog> 02. Orange Wedge> 03. Sundog 04. So Much As Goodbye 05. *encore break* 06. Sweet Oblivious Antidote **Notes** Levels were WAY too hot during Occam's. Maybe someone else got a better pull of it Topics: Perpetual Groove, PGroove, Rhythms & Brews, R&B, Chattanooga, Chatty Source: DAK ECM-2001's > Digidesign MBOX
KWCW 90.5 FM Walla Walla, Wash. radio show featuring soul, jazz, electronica, latin rhythms, leftfield beats, funk, and dub Topics: music, radio, kwcw, jazz, electronica, latin rhythms, soul, funk, dub
1: Gearing Up 2:Intro for Jon Hoel: United Way Charity Event Organizer and Sax player for Roots Collective 3: Fire 4: Wretched Soul 5: I Rise 6: All I Wanna Do 7: Freedom 8: Charity Event Raffle and Unconventional Sporting Winners 9: Money 10: I Shot the Sheriff 11: Love n Unity 12: Between Song Banter 13: What U Get 14: Roots Rock Reggae w/ slow Outkast/ Crawdaddy Supreme Interlude 15: Beer For My Horses 16: Could You Be Loved? 17: recordist's signout Topics: Live concert, Benefit Show, Recreational Rhythms, United Way, Reggae, Dub Source: SBD + Audience Matrix
Various takes on a 6/4 drum pattern. Check the subfolders for the variety available. There is a version of the "al-basit" drum pattern played on Darbuka, a Rock version, a switch into 3/4 time, 3 takes on a 4+2 pattern (slow, medium, and one at the same tempo as the 6/4 rock). Topics: CWJ, al-basit, 6/4 time, rhythms, drum loop, beats
“The Rhythms of Life” was a book I accidentally ran into at the “Feria Del Libro” of Buenos Aires many years ago. Since the very first moment I was reading its pages thousands of songs began to sound inside me. Suspected answers and new questions appeared in my mind about how things happen in our world through the ages. The rough lines written and left in a drawer for decades fell onto the ground of nowadays technological means and finally grew up into sounds. Here are 21 tracks that... Topics: percussion, afro-american rhythms, ambient, experimental, world music, electronic, soundtracks Source: Clinical Archives
12-23-2010 Dave Downs, songwriter/composer - live in-studio performance of selections from "For The Holidays - Dave Downs" self-produced cd of 2010. Songs performed live: "Warm Winter Sun" and "I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas". Also recorded selections "Home for the Holidays" and "The Empty Shoe Box" from "For The Holidays" cd. Additionally, from his cd "Connecticut" the song "Tune For Harmonica" Dave performs... Topics: Dave Downs, BrewBakers, conversations, artists, arts administrators, Middletown, CT, WESU, Stephan...
S.O.G. Radio recordings with Oscar Olias (der Winzige), Laura Aragoneses (Ondula) and Matas L. (Aerobica). Topics: 80's underground music, oscar der winzige, aerobica, ondula, kraut, atmospheric, rhythms
06-23-2011 Sinan Bakir, jazz guitarist/composer, www.sinanbakir.com Jevetta Steele "Calling You (From the Bagdad Cafe Soundtrack Version)" from "Calling You (From the Bagdad Cafe Soundtrack Version)" (1990) Sinan Bakir "EVERGREEN" from "ON MY WAY" (2008) on Sinan Bakir Sinan Bakir "Stop N' Go" from "ON MY WAY" (2008) on Sinan Bakir Sinan Bakir "KARMA" from "ON MY WAY" (2008) on Sinan Bakir Kate & Anna McGarrigle... Topics: Sinan Bakir, conversations, artists, arts administrators, Middletown, CT, WESU, Stephan Allison,...
Hour 1: SHARMAJI (Low Motion Records) Rolling like a ten ton juggernaut of desi bass nastiness, Sharmaji creates a bass-heavy, post-desi sound for the dancefloor that is as consistently powerful as it is diverse in background-- and completely NYC. His productions have been spun all through the states and UK by DJ's like Bobby Friction and Nihal, DaveQ, Shiva Soundsystem, Boomnoise, the Avaaz/G.O.O.N.D.A. crews, DJ Rekha, Mary Anne Hobbs, and countless others. As a DJ and percussionist he's... Topics: cfro, 102.7fm, coop radio, vancouver, art of beatz, sharmaji, dubstep, bass, desi rhythms, nyc
09-01-2011 Derek Knott, singer/songwriter www.reverbnation.com/derekknott www.myspace.com/derekknottmyspace http://www.facebook.com/derekknottmusic Jevetta Steele "Calling You (Bagdad Cafe / Soundtrack Version)" from "Calling You (Bagdad Cafe / Soundtrack Version)" (1990) Derek Knott "Don't Give Up" from "Speak Less, Say More" (2011) Derek Knott "Annie At the Station" from "Speak Less, Say More" (2011) Kate & Anna McGarrigle... Topics: Derek Knott, songwriter, RVR, River Valley Rhythms, WESU, 88.1, Stephan Allison, conversations
'Mindenki Joga' on Budapest's Civil Radio 98fm - redjade show #012 to be posted at http://LMV.hu/mindenkijoga Topics: redjade, civil radio, mindenki joga, hungary, budapest, homeless, homelessness, rhythms of...
Kaleidoscopic Rhythms: A Collaboration with Children My name is Mikhail Ally and I am an afterschool teacher with Kaleidoscope at the Atlanta International School. (www.aischool.org) My goal through this musical project is to teach kids to how to understand the structure of music and how to playfully experiment with it's structure. To stray from anything but a 3/4 or 4/4 time signature in music is uncommon and is sometimes considered to be "experimental," "progressive" or... Topics: kaleidoscope, atlanta international school, children, rhythms, 4/4, 5/4, 6/4
Dan Sultan is the 2nd feature artist on Koori Rhythms. Often dubbed the "Black Elvis" with a syrupy smooth and husky tones similar to Otis Redding, Dan Sultan won all the 6 major music awards for 2010 for Best Male Artist, Best Album and Best Single. Listen to Dan talk about his music, and his plans for the future. Topics: Dan Sultan, Koori Rhythms, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Grapevine, 3KND